Adam Farence Photo
It's a beautiful morning in the state, and the James River is running a tad high after some nasty thunderstorms rolled through the night before. Still facing residual delays from a derailment a fe... (more)
Auto Train races through Seville in the morning.
Auto Train beginning its journey south
Gliding through Folkston right at dusk is the famous, and massive Amtrak P052-05 Auto train (Sanford,FL- Lorton,VA) on running through a 60mph on its long 855-mile-long north to Lorton, VA. The th... (more)
Amtrak's Auto Train nearing the end of its northbound run.
With an unusually short train for this time of year, the Auto Train is seen stretching out about a mile into the distance with 38 cars in tow. If you look really close at the plow, you may see whe... (more)
The southbound Auto Train is being prepared for departure. The passenger portion of the train is behind two P40s while the loaded auto carriers are assembled on another track to be added to the r... (more)
830, 835 and 511 head up the southbound Auto Train on a gorgeous fall evening as it crosses the trestle shortly after departure from Lorton. This scenic location was made memorable to me by the Am... (more)
A mix of General Electric power leads Amtrak's California Zephyr through the upper environs of the Price River Canyon approaching Kyune.
Amtrak's Auto Train heads north toward Lorton, VA
"Auto Train" heads north thru the revised version of Rand Yard, now complete with new signals. The times, they are a'changin'...
Eastbound Amtrak P030, the "Capital Limited," passes the CPLs at Doe Gully, WV on Feb. 9, 1997 after a night of wet snow.
Mismatched GE power leads Amtrak's California Zephyr train #6 through the Red Narrows of Spanish Fork Canyon.
Amtrak's California Zephyr train #6 heads east along the former D&RGW in Spanish Fork Canyon. The locomotives on the point illustrate the evolution of GE passenger train power on Amtrak trains dur... (more)